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of the first national bank of northfield, minnesota, on september 7, 1876, and the two week manhunt that followed. this is an hour and ten minutes. >> y'all didn't know you were going to get a show tonight, but it is friday night, so got to have some kind of a show. you know, i've found that the best time machine is music. books are a close second, and i really try to transport the reader back in time with my books, but music gets you there instantly, you know? you hear a bob dylan song, you're back in the '60s, you hear a stephen foster song, you're back in the 19th century. so let's go back in time to 19th century missouri when even during the worst of times in a civil war and later the notorious james-younger game, people had great songs and great music that they sang. .. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [applause] >> thank you. all right. 1876. you know, that summer, june 25th on the banks of the little big horn river, montana territory, george armstrong custer and american 200 men under his command are wiped out by lakota and cheyenne
of representatives. secretary of state mark ritchie of minnesota who is nearing the last year of his second term as secretary of state of the chief election official in minnesota. and to my immediate right, ben ginsberg who is a prominent lawyer at pat and bogs who has also been the general council and attorney for many republican candidates including the general council for the mitt romney campaign in 2012. we begin with a lot of expert teals. let's start with bob bauer, the one fact that i will pepper him with now is he and ben also chair a commission that the president has appointed to look at voting in america. if i wanted to make a joke of it, i would say there's a democratic lawyer and republican lawyer, they walked into a bar and talked about elections what would they agree on. what's your aim to see the country moving forward on a bipartisan basis. >> it was established under an executive order by president obama that specified some very specific areas involving impediments and rights to vote and ways of overcoming this em. there are a host of those. military voting access to the polls f
men and a woman near a bus stop on minnesota avenue in northeast in broad daylight. all four are expected to recover. >>> police on the lookout for three supports in a deadly home invasion last night in aspen hill. the suspects broke into the house and shot a man to death. detectives do believe the victim knew the suspects. >> what we know at this point is at least three males entered the house. we don't know if there were more involved in this crime or not, but at least three males entered the house. there was some type of dispute, a slight struggle right before the gunshot occurred. >> the victim has now been identified as alexander bowie of grenoble drive. he was 34. >>> some red line commuters probably wished they stayed in bed. there was a fluid leak near a piece of track equipment near union station. trains single tracked during the morning rush hour. the platforms and trains were packed. >>> one person dead tonight after flames tear through a townhome in alexandria in the middle of the night. it took firefighters about an hour to bring that fire under control. now poli
from the devastating tornadoes. light rain heading that way over northern minnesota. so that's one of the stories out there. we also have a cool morning in areas of new england and that cold blast in montana is no joke. that is just the beginning of a very cold outbreak across the country. and it's chilly in the northeast this morning. windchill of 19 in hartford. really nothing compared to what's coming down from can that tod cana canada. that cold air will spread across the country. today it is just moving in to monta montana. minneapolis the high on saturday with sunshine 17. >> oh, my goodness. >> at night, it will get down to like 5. >> just stop right there. i don't want to hear anymore. >> it's like january. >>> straight ahead, how is it poll that rob ford's reality show was canceled? >>> and k-mart takes the jingle in your holiday to a whole new level. need a spoon, dear? not anymore. what? my silverware isn't good enough for you? have -- have you seen it? yes, i have seen it, and it looks -- you gotta look better. ladies, breathe. cascade kitchen counselor here. it's not y
. coats: i will. i apologize for not recognizing my colleague from minnesota. standing in the back row and my eyesight is not as good as it used to be. mr. franken: i can see you. mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from minnesota. mr. franken: i rise today in strong support of the employment nondiscrimination act. in many towns and cities and states across our country it is perfectly legal to fire someone simply because they are gay. you can be a hard worker, you can show up on time and get exemplary performance reviews, but if your boss discovers that you're gay or transgender, or suspects it, he can fire you just for being who you are or for whom you love, and there is nothing that you can do about it. that is a terrible injustice for americans who happen to be lgbt. it violates the principle that we are all equal under the law. we all deserve the chance to work hard and to prove ourselves, regardless of our race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or sexual orientation or gender identity. many americans don't even realize that it remains illegal to
in the forecast. >> bring it. >> don't say bring it. >> bring it. >> i'm from detroit. bring it. >> minnesota's defense has official been renamed the land of 10,000 leaps. it was all rg iii in the first half. that picture tells a story of domination but did his defense let him down? we will tell you i >>> now game on with dave owens live from the wusa9 cadillac sports desk. >> welcome back earlier tonight, if the redskins consider themselves a playoff team then darnit, they have to wip win this game tonight. here to talk about it is christine from usa today. this has been a melt down, my gosh. >> it has, dave. from that first half where everything worked, three touchdown passes by rg iii, just a magical start to the game, they come out after half time, fall flat. and all of a sudden washington's in big trouble. >> four sacs on rg iii. this guy, the picture is there. he's been neutralized a little bit, 50-60 yards. the redskins defense has done a pretty good job. if i would have told you he had 65 yards and christian ponder would be out, matt castle in, you would tell me, dave, they should be
in minnesota, a lawsuit was filed against the secretary of state in that state, in minnesota. just a month ago, the secretary of state, who's in charge of the smooth running of elections, after all, he launched this new website. in minnesota, it gives you an easy way as an eligible minnesota voter to register to vote online. the secretary of state is a democrat who put this up in minnesota. in the month that the website has been up and running, more than 1,900 minnesotans have applied to register and vote online -- applied to register to vote online. and 1,900 in a month is a pretty good pace, right? especially for an off, off-year when there's not that much going on in poll tikdz. it shows people really want to register to vote, and if they can do it online, that is a very convenient way for them to do it. today a lawsuit was filed to shut down that minnesota website, to stop the minnesota secretary of state from registering people to vote in that convenient way. guess who filed the lawsuit? four republican state representatives, plus two conservative activist groups in minnesota. heaven forb
overt thing in partisan politics all of a sudden. today on the eve of election day in minnesota, a lawsuit was filed against the secretary of state in that state, in minnesota. just a month ago, the secretary of state, who's in charge of the smooth running of elections, after all, he launched this new website. in minnesota, it gives you an easy way as an eligible minnesota voter to register to vote online. the secretary of state is a democrat who put this up in minnesota. in the month that the website has been up and running, more than 1,900 minnesotans have applied to register and vote online -- applied to register to vote online. and 1,900 in a month is a pretty good pace, right? especially for an off, off-year when there's not that much going on in poll tikdz. it shows people really want to register to vote, and if they can do it online, that is a very convenient way for them to do it. today a lawsuit was filed to shut down that minnesota website, to stop the minnesota secretary of state from registering people to vote in that convenient way. guess who filed the lawsuit? four
minnesota and this will be the first big snow if you want to call anywhere from three to four inches for southern minnesota including minneapolis, we're going to call it the first snow of the season, first heavy snow of the season. we're going to see that band developing throughout the day tuesday so if you get your vote in early that's probably the best idea. tony. >> rebecca, thank you. >>> coming up one of wall street top investment houses suffers a blow, ali velshi explains. >>> and a drug company ordered to pay a big fine for promoting unsafe drugs. sound complicated. but don't worry. i'm here to take the fear out of finance. every night on my show i break down confusing financial speak and make it real. >> a trial that has divided a nation has adjourned almost as quickly as it began. a defiant mohamed morsi appeared at his trial in egypt. the deposed president not only refused to wear the uniform, he rejected the charges against him, said he is the legitimate president. don nick kane from cairo. >>> egypt's president arrives for his are trial in cairo. for months he has been in
buying a plane ticket back to minnesota. she did not make it but as soon as tomorrow she might. in 1976 solia was indicted for placing two bombs before they exploded under police cars. she and boyfriend kilgore went under ground. an amateur actress, doctors wife and mother of three girls was arrested. since then olson aka solia pled guilty to the attempted police bombing and to a 1975 carmichael bank robbery. olson was sentenced to 14 years in prison. last year the state released her then saying there had been a miscalculation. rearrested her. most likely tomorrow after serving seven years olson will be released again and she's asked to run home to minnesota. although the department of corrections won't say where olson is headed until after her release. >> the purpose of parol is to reintegrate offenders back into their communities. >> reporter: so most likely former radical and fugitive kathleen salia will try to return to her quiet life as suburban minnesota housewife sarah jane olson. >> in november of 2002, authorities captured the last the sla member. in 2004 he was sentenced to 4-
, the first part of the snow is going to be the first of the season for parts of minnesota. first, this storm that's moving in brought big strong winds to parts of western washington as it tracked across saturday, saturday night. it hit idaho, and there were several incidents at loop-loop pass. we have a picture from silver mountain, and the clear waters in the central portion of the statement. we had several inches come down here. the storm system has been tracking east. as it does so there's plenty of rain coming from the south-west, some moisture streaming up. it's meeting up with the colder air, coming in with the low pressure, 3-5 inches of snow expected from nebraska, into parts of south dakota, that's where the rap will shift to -- rain will shift to snow. the advisories shift from here to southern minnesota, where we are specting a couple of inches of snow. note that it will avoid major cities as we head south. plenty of rain fall before colder air moves in, cools you off and dries you out. we have storm warnings in montana, and as we move over, winter weather advisories goes into eff
start. they will try to keep it up in minnesota. also the 49ers welcoming back some familiar faces. that's all later in this broadcast. >> and after the news tonight, stay tuned for inside edition with deborah norville i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> tuesday's election defeats of two san francisco measures dealing with the eighth washington development project has galvanized the developers of another waterfront plan. those opposed to the arena for the warriors claim san francisco is against that project as well. >> it's here on pierce where the warriors proposed a new arena. not just as a ho
minnesota. comenzamos con esta carrera, 8 yardas y ventaja para los de washington. después del punto extra 17 a 14. estaba a punto en este pase a una yarda y también completa. en el tercer cuarto minnesota comenzaba la remontada. 27 a 21 se acercaban. después este que las corre todas, peterson, 28 a 27. ¿quien viene? red skins abajo, y en la última oportunidad estaba fuera. minnesota consigue segunda victoria de la temporada >> nba, dwight llegó a los lakers para ser protagonista y lo fue, pero solución nunca, a continuación tormentoso paso de howard >> luego de temporada en lakers como ruleta rusa, howard se vio las caras por primera vez con gasol con quien tuvo tormentosa relación. la magia terminó cuando debio competir con poderosos jugadores y lesiones, sin dejar afuera controversia incesante de los lakers. el resto es historia. a pesar del interés de la gerencia de los lakers, decidió pasar la página para comenzar desde cero con piston rockets. ahora aparentemente ha vuelto con criptonita de más, logrando record de 29 puntos ante portland y ya son favoritos en la conferen
're a playoff team, then you've got to beat the vikings, guys. simply put minnesota is bad. they are awful and they were ready to be taken out. let's head to the metrodome last night on thursday night football. there's rg3 rocking it. peterson was rocking the world. an 18-year-old touchdown, early minnesota up. but then garcon makes it 10-7. griffin is hanging in the pocket like we like to see him. second half, everything went in reverse. christian ponder scrambles to get to the one. doesn't score. gets injured. never came back. adrian peterson scored on the next play. then the offensive line just dissolved. a couple of sacks by minnesota. redskins had one more shot, down the stretch. gordon can't hold on to it. drop it is in the end zone. last chance for the redskins. santana moss cannot toe tap it and wouldn't you know it. take a look at the replay there. so close and yet so far away from a victory. the redskins leading 24-14 at the half. they lose 34-27 in minnesota to the 1-7 vikings. the redskins now fall to 3-5. wow. redskins lose in minnesota. that's your morning sports. have a grea
? the presiding officer: the senator from minnesota. mr. franken: madam president, i'd like to talk for a few minutes about a subject that will affect all of us at some pointed in our lives, the safety of our medicine. if my child or my wife urgently needed medicine, i would have a number of questions. will my loved one get well? what's going to happen? but i should never have to ask the question whether the medicine that my family is given is safe. and whether it is what the doctor says it should be. but more than a thousand patients and their families across minnesota found it necessary to ask that question last year during the meningitis outbreak. they had to ask that question because the contaminated medicine that they received could have caused them enormous harm. more than 700 patients across the country got sick and more than 60 died after receiving these contaminated injections produced by a large-scale compounding pharmacy in massachusetts that essentially was an unregulated drug manufacturer. in minnesota, we specialize in medical innovation. we have some of the best doctors and hea
're going to creek. i would recycle you to come up and see the sewer system in minnesota that's why we see this through the plant. a lot of people don't realize how much work sgo goes into cleaning the water were. we offer free service to san >> san francisco recreation and parks department offers classes for the whole family. rec and parks has a class for everyone. discover what is available now and get ready to get out and play. henri matisse. frida kahlo. andy warhol. discover the next great artist. get out and play and get inspired with toddler classes. experience art where making a mess is part of the process. classes and the size the artistic process rather than the product. children have the freedom to explore materials at their own pace and in their own way. talks love art, especially when they died into the creative process -- dive into the creative process. at the end of the classes, they have cleaned and washup. great way to get out and play. for more information, visit that out and play and get into the groove. rec and parks offers dance classes for senior
and childcare. thank you >> thank you. minnesota anything further you have 3 minutes >> hi, tim for the project sponsor. it's a little bit odd. i'm having a hard time understanding what ms. hesitating take care is actually after. what would happen if you were to do what she proposed and deny the planning commissions or overturn the planning commissioners approval for the 6 stories. kilroy would continue building the building and pay the fees at the first certificate of occupancy in 2015. and none of the fees for the addition that aren't due until 2015 would get paid early that's another 3 and a half million dollars. so, you know, it seems like this is a lens zero game. the appeal is after a lose will you proposition. again kilroy delivered fees on the 21st fees they built their financing around the assumption that those fees would be paid when finished. that's hard wire - and a times up. thank you >> anything further mr. t. >> just for one clarification regarding comboeps fees and collecting them. it's true the relevancy agency for calculating the fees but it's the department
obama care and we'll respond in a while; i am ask minnesota a while; i am ask minnesota congresswoman michelle have hail damage to both their cars. ted ted is trying to get a hold of his insurance agent. maxwell is not. he's on setting up an appointment with an adjuster. ted is now on hold with his insurance company. maxwell is not and just confirmed a 5:30 time for tuesday. ted, is still waiting. yes! maxwell is out and about... with ted's now ex-girlfriend. wheeeee! whoo! later ted! online claims appointments. just a click away on >>> a new cbs news poll shoes that support for the president's health care plan hit an all- time low. 31 percent of the americans are in favor of it. but do republicans have any better ideas? joining me now is minnesota congresswoman michelle bachmann. >> hi, governor. >> congresswoman, it is so nice to have you here. >> thank you. (applause) >> you have a lot of fans in this audience. >> they are the finest audience in america, don't you think? >> yes, i do think that. congresswoman, you heard tina and betty just talk about the challe
. the terrapins and the ravens home game and the skins are playing thursday in minnesota. >>> for the most part we are in really good shape. there are no big problems to report early this monday morning on the beltway or any of the major thoroughfares with the exception of southbound 295 there is a missing manhole cover. crews have decided to block off that left lane for the morning rush hour instead of covering it, so it may affect your ride. and traveling southbound on to 295 after eastern avenue, you are going to need to stay to the right to get around that. let's go over to a live picture and show you what it looks like down south near national harbor. no problems to report leaving 295 and even 210 in oxen hill. this time to the west side of town 66 is fine. there is a crash in warrenton on the south side of route 17. a tractor trailer is involved since 3:15 this morning. again all the lanes are blocked. this is tip : for early monday morning, back to you andrea and mike? >> reporter: the ravens super bowl victory seems far away, doesn't it? >> exactly. redskins fans though have higher hopes
conservancy staff. and're good and arizona minnesota and colorado, arkansas and -- >> south dakota. >> our minnesota and south dakota folks work together. i have tried to avoid it for a moment but directly answering the question -- larger scale nepa projects must include an adaptive component. i saw this actually in arkansas in the ozark national forest rate i hope people can copy what they have done there. over a range of district, couple of hundred thousand acres, having an environmental analysis done that allows projects to be to doithout them having local detail projects over and over again. you still have the benefits of having nepa and public involvement. we are doing it at a scale you can actually assess treatments i have a better idea of cumulative impact. that's an area that a lot more can be done. there are places in south dakota, another place where they have stepped up with some large- scale nepa project analysis grid i would like to see those done in more places. earlier inoned talking to mr. hubbard about bioenergy, could you talk about how you see it working forests and b
? the presiding officer: the senator from minnesota. ms. klobuchar: madam president, i come to the floor today because there are three extremely talented, well-qualified women nominees who are ready to get to work on the united states court of appeals for the d.c. circuit. it's time they are confirmed. i'll be joined this afternoon by several of our colleagues, senators hirono, cantwell, kaine, and blumenthal, because we all know that it's time for the senate to stop the needless blocking of these women. enough is enough. and i want to thank chairman leahy for his persistence and the fact that we are not giving up on these three qualified women for the bench. our courts need judges in order for the third branch of our government to function. the senate should not be shutting down another branch of government. some of my colleagues in the senate won't even allow an up-or-down vote on these nominees. i don't know if they've even met these nominees, but if they met these nominees, i don't know how they could come to this floor and not allow an up-or-down vote. president george w. bush's candidate
of winning the division except minnesota. they'll need help next week. andy bell, the catch. michigan state goes to northwestern next week. then hosts minnesota. all they'll have to do is win one of those two games. minnesota needs help from northwestern. that could set up a huge game in east lansing. kellogg is hit by the blitzing safety, isaiah lewis. >> chris: i think pat narduzzi got a little tired of them hitting little shots down the field, said i'm going to blitz and not sit back and let them pick us apart. isaiah lewis, safety blitz. >> sean: third down and five. allen, another catch at the 20. he extends the drive. give nebraska credit. once again this week, fighting till the end. they had the dramatics the last two weeks. too much of a hole today. so here are the up-to-date standings. minnesota off this week, having a remarkable season. the gophers. to make that game for everything in the legends division on november 30th in east lansing, they need northwestern to win in chicago next week. michigan state has used its last time-out. you think the defense and those stats don't mean
of snow not far apart. that looks to be going through nebraska, iowa and up into minnesota. warm ircoming up from the south. areas in the northeast from the cold. temperatures will be climbing as well as the southern plains. it looks like four to six inches of snow will be coming down through nebraska, eye a and maybe a little more up towards minneapolis, minnesota, and the timing looks like its overnight tonight, throughout the day tomorrow and it could linger into wednesday. these temperatures will drop as that snow starts to come down, mixes are rain, snow, and all snow tuesday night into wednesday. temperatures down in the 20s wednesday morning, 43 wednesday afternoon. the rain and snow clears out of the midwest but it is still cold thursday and friday. winter storm watch around minneapolis. winter weather advisories in colorado, nebraska and wyoming, and this storm starting to take shape now. there is the difference between the warm and cool air, and the warm air will head to the east a little bit clear and cold this morning in washington, d.c. but the temperatures across the northea
>> en nfl washington estuvo en minnesota. 18 yardas para el touch down de minnesota, repondía washington. encontraban a carson y vikingos se quedaban con la victoria >> en nba lakers y houston. el ex lakers howard anotaba. blake marcó la diferencia, otra vez desde fuera. lakers ganaron 98 a 97. la historia fue diferente para clippers. miami explotaba con su dupla, miami ganó a clippers >> es todo en deportes >> suerte para mexicano mañana >> ahi estaremos >> más adelante hbalaremos de programa consular >> el consulado de méxico y prestigiosas universidades de ese país ofrecen programas virtuales para que continue estudios >> esta universidad virtual ofrece clases de licenciatura e ingenieria. entre los requisitos ser mexicano y tener bachillerato >> se puede consultar a través de página de secretaría de educación publica >> es de gran utilidad para jóvenes que quieren seguir estudiando >> para las maestrias existen becas, las carreras técnicas son en 7 cuatrimestres >> es gran oportunidad para los que trabajan y amas de casa >> en 3 a 4 años se puede completar >> para más i
developed by the city of montreal and also in use in london and melbou r.n. e and minnesota and boston san francisco bay area and soon to be in use in vancouver portland and seattle and so this system was designed in montreal to be seasonal so as a result it's a portable and modular system. what that means here we can deploy them quickly and easily without doing any excavation it simplifies deployment significantly they are battery powered using solar and as mentioned there's no excavation they are not even bolted down they are held down by their own considerable weight and the basic components consist of panels com prize -- there's a kiosk on there people that welcome up with a credit card and get a membership and one other i think one of the challenges i'll say so far the biggest challenge we've had and they have had this in other cities is communicating how the pricing for bicycle riding works so 2 tiers and in order to use this system you have to be a member so i'm an annual member bought one for 88 dollars or you can walk up to the kiosk and buy a casual membership once you are a mem
but the large flakes are mixed with rain and not expected to stick for long. in minnesota a wintry mix causes a mess for drivers. here you can see a semitruck jackknifed on an interstate. no injuries were reported. and now for a look at the national weather, bill karins is here. >> winter driving skills. time to get the refresher course. >> this is one of those times i'm glad i don't drive. i take train. no problems. >> the areas of concern this morning are going to be in kentucky and west virginia. that's where it's been snowing overnight. louisville had some snow and 34 degrees. could be a little stick on bridges and overpasses. as advertised the cold air is spreading east and south, down to 28 in st. louis. that's the temperature not the wind chill. so it's a hard freeze in those areas and the wind chill is worse. take a look at kansas city, wind chill of 6. in the little rock where the front hasn't reached, wind chill is 7. 40 degree temperature drop behind this front. the cold front is now slicing through new york city, philadelphia and d.c. this is as warm as it's going to get. get much
, it dips in to minnesota. by the time we get to saturday and sunday, it makes its way all the way through the great lakes and east coast. so just be prepared, it will feel like january type temperatures this upcoming weekend. and even minnesota with sunshine on saturday, a high of 17. >> wow. we have friends in alaska and it's amazing how short their -- they don't really have a fall. all right, bill, thank you very much. >>> coming up on "morning joe," the plan to keep american troops in afghanistan for another decade. we'll go live to richard engel in ckabul to explain why americn support may be necessary. and when we come back here, we huddle around the cooler. like a rolling stone like you've never seen it before. why the new bob dylan video has gone viral. [ female announcer ] i like to mix things up a bit with grands mini pot pies. only four ingredients. and a few easy steps. weeknight dinner in a flash. and my family devours them. pillsbury grands biscuits. make dinner pop. but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won
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the way from outside badger, minnesota to be with us. they, like my chief of staff, are vikings fans. i'm not sure they know that -- see? i'm not sure they know that my bears are heading to minnesota on sunday but in the spirit of thanksgiving, i will give them a break. we are also excited to have students from badger high school here. where are you guys? there they are right there. finally, let me say thank you to john berkel chairman of the national turkey federation. give him a big round of applause. [applause] turkeys on john's farm competed for the chance to make it to the white house and stay off the thanksgiving table. it was emma quite literally, " the hunger games." [laughter] after weeks of vocal practice and prepping for the cameras, the two tributes ,caramel and popcorn went head to head together for america's vote as top gobbler. the competition was stiff but we can officially declare that popcorn is the winner. go -- proving that even a turkey with a funny name can find a place in politics. he is already busy raising money for his next campaign. [laughter] on a more seri
and the trimmings into a burrito? that is what a minnesota burrito place did. i said "minnesota" burrito. yes, turkey, yams, stuffing, cranberry salsa and gravy wrap ped in tortill >> next at 5:00, black friday frenzy. shoppers hit hit the malls looking for deals. ♪ hey, that's the last crescent! oh, did you want it? yeah. we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and flakey. that's half. that's not half! guys, i have more. thanks, mom. [ female announcer ] do you have enough pillsbury crescents? guys... [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls, with cinnabon cinnamon, are an irresistible sunday morning idea. nothing calls them to the table faster. make breakfast pop! >>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> thanks for being us early with us the day after thanksgiving. >> you are probably ready to go shopping, right? let's check on the forecast with leyla gulen. >> perfect shopping weather. done -- shows radar satellite no runs, just a few high clouds passing over. it is crystal clear in san francisco as we look from the camera to t
outside to start the day, especially further north. as we talk about north dakota to minnesota. temperatures single digits. we had temperatures below zero, and we set records over thanksgiving. as we look at the start to the day, there's snow showers and flurries. not amounting to much accumulation, but helps it feel chill i don't remember -- chillier when you see the flakes in the air. we have an ice jam in the river in michigan. this is causing problems. the ice is stopping water movement, and instead it's rising, flooding some yards. there has been stable conditions when it comes to water levels on the river, but we are bracing ourselves. there's a potential it could get worse. looking at the temperatures in the north-east - 20, single digits. in central new york there's temperatures in the single digits, it's cold to start your day. as we get going in the pacific north-west, we won't be as cold to start out. levels all the way up to 6,000 felt. all the rain coming down. 4-6 numbers of rain fall in the central cascades. we are watching for a passengers of flooding. and, of
night, south dakota, and nebraska, accumulations three to five inches anticipated and southern minnesota, you'll probably get your first snowfall of the season. again this is expected to be anywhere from a trace up to 3 inches, the air has to move in and shift your rain over to snow. that will take some time. we'll watch that story develop through the day, election day tomorrow afternoon and we'll have details of what others can expect when we have some warming coming up next, john. >> all right, rebecca, we're keeping an eye on the breaking news out of the paramus, new jersey, westfield garden state plaza. life pictures from the mall, heavy police presence. witnesses reported shots were fired shortly before the mall closed. many of the shoppers were escorted out by armed police, however some shoppers are still inside the mall. leo mcguire has been helping us with this. he is the former bergen county new jersey sheriff. give me a sense of what the situation is. do you practice for situations just like this tonight or not? >> yes. we've had multijurisdictional training sessions, bringing
of minnesota. this storm winding down for them. for us this is a trailing cold front. this cold front is going to be coming through tomorrow with these showers you see which are moving in toward indianapolis and illinois and areas down in missouri this morning. ahead of the system it's mild and it's going to be a nice, mild day with again a decent amount of sunshine for the afternoon in and amongst the high clouds that will be around. here's the cold front at 6:00. not quite to pittsburgh but it's through cleveland and columbus. overnight the front will make progress in toward western pennsylvania, just sneaking interest western maryland by 5:30. mid-morning tomorrow the front is having a tough time making it to us with a lot of showers. there will be some so a yellow alert because we think there will be showers around in the morning and mid day but the afternoon we'll push the rain out of here and a chill returning by friday. today looks nice, pleasantly mild, 67. in the 50s tonight with a shower late. low 60s tomorrow. the showers in the afternoon breezy. we'll go with a yellow alert because
in these pictures from southern minnesota it is delivering snow. this morning in minnesota could be the coldest there since last march and frost warnings are posted as far south as north cadillac. >> is that a minnesota accent. >> minnesota. i don't do it really well. >> that's right. >> wasn't my best impression. >> that's okay. >> that's the morning's big weather headline. a chilly start to the day for a big stretch of the eastern u.s. a few inches of the white stuff could accumulate in michigan all the way across to buffalo. rain and snow kentucky to north carolina. showers in south florida and also in the pacific northwest. >> l.a. will be at 74 today. 92 phoenix. dallas 49. 44 memphis. chicago 34. washington, d.c. 43. >> old man winter is beginning to wake up a little bit. >> he is starting to blow. >> like a 25-degree drop by the time wleave the studio it will be 25 degrees. it is 50 right now. >> did you bring your big coat? >> i did. >> you are good at easy math. >> i was a math major. >>> here's an incredible story for you. a rabbi and his wife bought a desk on craigslist and it cost l
that for correspondent megan thompson is very personal. >> reporter: carol thompson in minnesota was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009. for part of the year, she paid more than $400 a month out of pocket for her brand name drug, because of her insurance plan's high detectable. a couple years later, after the drug called letrozol went genetic, the price dropped dramatically, to around $10 at her local costco. always looking for a better deal she decided to ask another big chain about its retail price. >> the gentleman looked it up and he came back to me with a price of around $400. and i said to him, oh, can't be. you must be looking at the brand name drug. it can't be that expensive. >> reporter: but there was no mistake. one store quote add price 40 times more than the other. how could that be? especially when gentlemeric dru are thought to be more inexpensive. >> i was shocked. confused. what am i missing? this isn't compute. >> reporter: she never been an activist fell compelled to try to figure this out. >> i started and my own to phone other pharmacies in the twin cities here. >> repor
through seven for the denver broncos back in september. >>> the minnesota timberwolves have won the opening three games, for the first time in three years. sunk 34 points and 15 rebounds. while kevin martin also had 30 points. won 109 to 107. >>> minnesota's n. hrvetionminni mitchell was penalized for the trip. lucky the devils didn't score in the second period. struck minnesota's third goal as they claim their fifth win in their last six games. traditional thai boxing, getting a beating at the hands of a young upstart. mixed martial arts leave purists fuming. >> a 500-year-old tradition originally used only by royal thai boxers. each match begins with a traditional dance. also serves as one of the three main disciplines that mic up mixed martial arts or mma. professional mma is a sport with a rapidly increasing fan base. will it knock out the traditional form? >> i don't think m ma will take over mui thai. i think mui thai is deeply routed in the culture of thailand. >> global appeal doesn't matter, of thailand's governing sports authority. refusing to go on camera, he said mix
and twitter and send me your concerns about obama care and we'll respond in a while; i am ask minnesota congresswoman michelle >>> a new cbs news poll shoes that support for the president's health care plan hit an all- time low. 31 percent of the americans are in favor of it. but do republicans have any better ideas? joining me now is minnesota congresswoman michelle bachmann. >> hi, governor. >> congresswoman, it is so nice to have you here. >> thank you. (applause) >> you have a lot of fans in this audience. >> they are the finest audience in america, don't you think? >> yes, i do think that. congresswoman, you heard tina and betty just talk about the challenges they are facing. both of them had been insured and thought everything is fine. obama care is not helping them but hurting them. are their stories what you are hearing and how can you help ladies like betty and tin a. >> first of all yes. we get happens of phone calls and e-mails and letters and text from people in my district. all of the other members of congress are hearing the same thing. it is reflective of what we are hear
for wednesday's shooting on minnesota avenue. four people were hit. they are all expected to recover. victor cally is now facing charges of assault with intent to kill. police are still not releasing a motive. >>> new york city did it in 2007 and now it looks like the fda wants to ban trans fats for the whole country now. the fda's commissioner margaret hamburg said that move will represent 20,000 heart attacks and 7,000 deaths in the united states each year. trans fats are often used in fried and processed foods to add taste and texture. they're in cookies, crackers and cake m.c.i.s. the agency will collect comment -- cake mixes. the agency will collect comments for two months before setting a phasing out timetable. >>> there are now signs this morning indicating talks between the united states and iran are progressing. secretary of state john kerry is flying to geneva today to take part in nuclear negotiations with iran and other countries. the last-minute decision by kerry could mean iran is close to accepting a deal to curb its nuclear program in exchange for more relaxed economic sancti
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